Why is Apple soldering in the SSDs of so many new Macs? What problems does it produce, and should you avoid them?
New iMacs were very welcome, but Apple is telling us about its future plans. Will these new versions only sell for the next year? What will replace them?
Fancy a new iMac? With a hard disk or a Fusion Drive? It’s worth considering their drawbacks, and looking at a smaller SSD perhaps.
Wondering what happened to the iMac 2018 and the replacement for the 5 year-old Mac Pro? We should see them in 2019, inevitably with T2 chips.
Migration is pain: you can spread it out over days or weeks, or get it over with in a much shorter period. Moving your Time Machine backups also requires great care.
Is the new Mac mini the best-performing for its cost? Does the new iPad Pro rival better desktop systems in benchmarks? Let’s look at those figures more carefully.
Desperately seeking a mid-range desktop Mac? Is the iMac out of date and overpriced, and that gap to the iMac Pro too great?
How much more is a Mac with a T2 chip? What does it actually do? Who might need its features? What are its problems?
In a couple of weeks, when macOS 10.13.6 update ships, it’ll all be over for High Sierra. What should we remember it for?
It was easy to decide that this iMac needs to be replaced. Working out what to replace it with, proved more complex. How much would that iMac Pro cost?